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Holmes, Shannon R.; Reinke, Wendy M.; Herman, Keith C.; David, Kimberly – School Mental Health, 2022
Social, emotional, and behavioral interventions are often complicated to implement in school settings. Empirical and practical evidence suggests that educators need support to implement interventions with treatment integrity or as intended. Treatment integrity is comprised of multiple dimensions that capture quantity of the intervention delivered,…
Descriptors: Classroom Techniques, Program Implementation, Early Intervention, Behavior Problems
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McLeod, Bryce D.; Sutherland, Kevin S.; Broda, Michael; Granger, Kristen L.; Cecilione, Jennifer; Cook, Clayton R.; Conroy, Maureen A.; Snyder, Patricia A.; Southam-Gerow, Michael A. – School Mental Health, 2022
Teacher-reported measures of treatment integrity (the extent to which prescribed practices are delivered as intended by teachers) have the potential to support efforts to evaluate and implement evidence-based interventions in early childhood settings. However, self-report treatment integrity measures have shown poor correspondence with…
Descriptors: Fidelity, Early Childhood Teachers, Intervention, Self Evaluation (Individuals)
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Duppong Hurley, Kristin; Farley, Jennifer; Huscroft D'Angelo, Jacqueline – School Mental Health, 2022
Assessing treatment integrity is essential to understanding how well school-based interventions are delivered. The assessment of treatment integrity is especially challenging for interventions that provide one-on-one peer support over the phone. To address this gap, we explored treatment integrity approaches used for the "Parent…
Descriptors: Outcomes of Treatment, Program Implementation, Delivery Systems, Fidelity
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Green, Jennifer Greif; Oblath, Rachel; Kessel Schneider, Shari; Miller, Melanie – School Mental Health, 2022
Many schools and communities conduct regular surveillance surveys to monitor student mental health risk. These surveys rarely ask about use of mental health services, despite the potential importance of this information to support service planning and resource allocation. The current study developed and tested the Adolescent Mental Health Support…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Mental Health Programs, Use Studies, Test Construction
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Martinez, Robert R., Jr.; Marraccini, Marisa E.; Knotek, Steven E.; Neshkes, Rebecca A.; Vanderburg, Juliana – School Mental Health, 2022
A classroom guidance curriculum following the dialectical behavior therapy skills training for emotion problem solving for adolescents (DBT STEPS-A) was evaluated using a pretest-posttest nonequivalent groups quasi-experimental design. Data from 94 ninth-grade students (42 treatment, 52 control) enrolled in a rural high school were analyzed via…
Descriptors: Grade 9, Rural Schools, High School Students, Resilience (Psychology)
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Gleason, LaDonna L.; Bender, Ansley M.; Chen, Jason I.; Bozzay, Melanie; Hangartner, Renee; Romero, Gabriela; Labouliere, Christa D.; Elzy, Meredith; Gryglewicz, Kimberley; Karver, Marc S. – School Mental Health, 2022
Suicidal thoughts and behaviors are highly prevalent among adolescents, and peers are often the first, and sometimes only, people to know about youth suicidality. Since many adolescents do not directly disclose suicidal thoughts, school-based suicide prevention programs aim to train youth to recognize warning signs of suicide in their peers that…
Descriptors: Suicide, Adolescents, Peer Relationship, Cues
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Perihan, Celal; Bicer, Ali; Bocanegra, Joel – School Mental Health, 2022
Anxiety is the most common mental health problem that occurs with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), and due to creating a more inclusive learning environment, children with ASD are placed in general education classrooms. Thus, addressing anxiety problems for children with ASD in school settings become critically important. This systematic review and…
Descriptors: Medical Evaluation, Health Services, Anxiety, Students with Disabilities
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Ghasemi, Farshad – School Mental Health, 2022
This study investigated learned helplessness (LH) experienced by male secondary students of the English language and examined the effects of a motivational program based on the L2 Motivational Self System (L2MSS). Primarily, we administered the Learned Helplessness Scale to 189 students in a public school in Tehran, along with the Student Behavior…
Descriptors: Helplessness, Males, Secondary School Students, English (Second Language)
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Husabo, Elisabeth; Haugland, Bente S. M.; McLeod, Bryce D.; Baste, Valborg; Haaland, Åshild Tellefsen; Bjaastad, Jon Fauskanger; Hoffart, Asle; Raknes, Solfrid; Fjermestad, Krister W.; Rapee, Ronald M.; Ogden, Terje; Wergeland, Gro Janne – School Mental Health, 2022
To examine treatment fidelity in a randomized controlled trial of indicated school-based cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) delivered in groups to youth with anxiety. We investigated whether adherence and competence (a) differed across brief and standard-length CBT, and (b) if adherence and competence predicted change in anxiety symptoms and…
Descriptors: Fidelity, Intervention, Behavior Modification, Cognitive Restructuring
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Zhang, Danhui; Jin, Bihui; Cui, Yiran – School Mental Health, 2022
Grounded in Self-Determination Theory, this study examined trends in depression and the longitudinal impacts of teacher autonomy support and teacher-student relationships on students' depressive symptoms. A total of 1613 Chinese primary school students (48.17% females) and 1397 Chinese middle school students (47.67% females) completed self-report…
Descriptors: Professional Autonomy, Teacher Student Relationship, Depression (Psychology), Self Determination
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Zhang, Yanchen; Cook, Clayton R.; Lyon, Aaron R. – School Mental Health, 2022
Treatment integrity is critical to realizing the effects of evidence-based programs and practices (EBPPs) that aim to promote student mental and behavioral health. Across disciplines, time is consistently referenced as one of the most significant barriers to successful implementation outcomes (e.g., treatment integrity) of EBPPs. However, there is…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Mental Health, Time Management, Barriers
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McLeod, Bryce D.; Cook, Clayton R.; Sutherland, Kevin S.; Lyon, Aaron R.; Dopp, Alex; Broda, Michael; Beidas, Rinad S. – School Mental Health, 2022
Numerous evidence-based programs (EBPs) exist for delivery in schools to promote youth mental health outcomes. However, school systems often lack the internal infrastructure to support the effective implementation and sustainment of EBPs when external supports are withdrawn, resulting in notable attenuation in the benefits in youth clinical…
Descriptors: Evidence Based Practice, Mental Health Programs, School Health Services, Program Implementation
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Sutherland, Kevin S.; McLeod, Bryce D. – School Mental Health, 2022
The purpose of this special series is to highlight how the measurement of integrity, both treatment integrity and integrity for implementation strategies, can support intervention development, evaluation, and implementation research. The seven papers and one commentary in this special series illustrate how diverse measurement approaches are used…
Descriptors: Measurement, Integrity, Outcomes of Treatment, Mental Health Programs
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Coetzee, Bronwynè J.; Gericke, Hermine; Human, Suzanne; Stallard, Paul; Loades, Maria – School Mental Health, 2022
Children and young people are vulnerable to developing mental health problems. In South Africa, this vulnerability is compounded by contextual risk factors such as community violence and poverty. However, mental health services are scarce and costly, which precludes access for many. Universal school-based mental health programmes can prevent the…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Mental Health, Access to Health Care, School Health Services
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Fox, Jeremy K.; Ryan, Julie L.; Martin Burch, Julia; Halpern, Leslie F. – School Mental Health, 2022
Peer victimization has been associated with negative mental health outcomes in school-aged children, including social anxiety. It remains less clear how peer victimization influences children's thinking about social situations and how parenting behavior may contribute to this relationship. The present study examined these questions in a sample of…
Descriptors: Parent Role, Parenting Styles, Predictor Variables, Victims
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